|Present||Assistant Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law|
|B.S., Vanderbilt University|
|J.D., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville|
|LL.M. (Taxation), New York University|
Contributions to Books (3)
Nonprofit and Charitable Uses of LLCs Research Handbook on Partnerships, LLCs and Alternative Forms of Business Organizations (2015)
The overwhelming first choice in new, for-profit business entity formations is the limited liability company (“LLC”). Less well known, however, is the increasing use of LLCs for nonprofit and charitable endeavors. Accordingly, this chapter explores ...
Why Healthcare Companies Should Be(come) Benefit Corporations Boston College Law Review (2019)
Our healthcare system is broken. Despite spending far more on healthcare per capita than any other country, health outcomes in the United States are relatively poor. There is a pervasive disconnect within the healthcare system ...
Seven Ways to Strengthen and Improve the L3C Regent University Law Review (2013)
The raison d’être for the low-profit limited liability company (“L3C”) is to encourage program-related investments (“PRIs”) by private foundations. PRIs are special types of investments that can be both charitable and profitable. PRIs have been ...
Popular Press (1)
Gift Horses, Choosy Beggars, and Other Reflections on the Role and Utility of Social Enterprise Law Entrepreneurship.org (2014)
The U.S. law of social enterprise is growing rapidly. Since 2008, one-half of all U.S. states have modified their business law to establish special legal forms designed for social enterprise. Meanwhile, even with twenty-five states ...
Social Enterprise by Non-Profits and Hybrid Organizations Faculty Publications By Year (2014)
The authors begin their analysis with a look at traditional social entrepreneurship by tax-exempt organizations. The discussion considers the overall tests for tax-exemption and then focuses on specific operational activities, including job training, microfinance, low-income ...